The biggest change in this week's UFC fighter rankings is out of the women's 135 lbs division. Amanda Nunes was the underdog against Sara McMann at UFC Nashville, but Nunes destroyed McMann standing and recorded the 1st round rear-naked choke victory. She's now in the division's top 5, with a title shot within touching distance. Ray Borg, Beneil Dariush, Dustin Ortiz, and Derek Brunson also improved their standings with their wins over the weekend.
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Pound-for-Pound: Anthony Pettis moves ahead of Anderson Silva for 11th spot, and if Silva gets his formal steroids suspension this week, Anderson is set to be removed from both the middleweight and P4P list.
Flyweight: John Lineker moves down a notch to 8th, and he should be off the list entirely when he makes his bantamweight debut. Dustin Ortiz achieves top 10 status at 10th, while Chris Cariaso falls to 11th. Ray Borg goes up to 13th, dropping Chico Camus to 14th.
Bantamweight: No changes
Women's Bantamweight: Amanda Nunes switches places with Sara McMann following her triumph last weekend. Nunes is now 4th, while McMann falls to 7th.
Lightweight: Beneil Dariush rounds out the top 10 following his controversial win over Michael Johnson (whose ranking wasn't affected). Bobby Green drops to 12th, in the process. Lastly, Ben Henderson rises into a 5th place tie with Johnson, while Edson Barboza slips down to 7th.